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All About Ceylon Tea

For centuries, Ceylon tea has been known as the finest tea around the world. Tea was first introduced to Sri Lanka by James Taylor in 1867, and the rest, as they say, is history! Ceylon tea consists primarily of black tea, however green tea and other types of tea are also grown.

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Basilur Tea wins 4 Great Taste Awards for the  2nd Consecutive Year

Basilur Tea wins 4 Great Taste Awards for the 2nd Consecutive Year

As a pioneer in the Sri Lankan tea industry, all our efforts are driven towards creating unique tea blends and creating authentic tea experiences with the best teas from around the world. Marking a monumental milestone in that journey, we are glad to announce that four Basilur Tea blends have been awarded at the Great Taste Awards presented by the Guild of Fine Food (GFF) for the second consecutive year. 

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Basilur Christmas Gift Guide

Basilur Christmas Gift Guide

In this guide, we have pulled together the best picks from Basilur Teas to add warmth and colour to your holidays this Christmas!

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Everything you need to know about Japanese tea culture

Everything you need to know about Japanese tea culture

In one of our previous blogs we talked about tea cultures around the world where traditions of a few countries were discussed. You might have noticed that we didn’t discuss the Japanese tea culture in that blog and that is because Japan’s tea culture is so deep-rooted and extensive, we thought that it’s only fair to dedicate an entire blog to the country’s tea culture.  Continue reading and discover the unique tea culture of Japan. The History The first-ever recorded evidence of Japanese tea ceremonies date back to the 8th century. During ancient times, tea was primarily considered as a...

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